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RE: Talk boxes etc.

Pretty sure that would have been the EMS vocoder (2000?) they played
with all over that album. You can also spot the doggy Lord's Prayer and
my favourite, the way the end of the vocal lines in Sheep morph into a
Very creative and not at all obvious use of vocoding.

-----Original Message-----
From: L. Angulo [mailto:labalou2000@yahoo.com] 
Sent: 21 October 2004 20:41
To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
Subject: Talk boxes etc.

Talking about breathing instruments, is anybody using
talk boxes in their loop shows? i just recently got
one(the s.talker) although i am still having a bit of
problems with feedback.I would like to know how David
Gilmour got those wicked talk box sounds on the
Animals album sounds like a combination of wah wah and
talk box together...

--- Per Boysen <per@boysen.se> wrote:

> Just  a reflection on this instrument: I recently
> bought a Jew's Harp
> and found out that you can also play it while
> "beatboxing" by using 
> your tongue to "spit" or "suck" "air shots" into
> they the harp (while 
> it's vibrating the usual way). I also tried the reed
> player trick to 
> "groaw" the sound by singing and it kind of works
> with a jew's harp 
> (but not in the same way as bamboo reed
> instruments).
> If you have a jew's harp around, try to keep the
> basic rhythm with your
> right hand, striking it on 8th notes, and then add
> syncoped "drum 
> solos" by tongue shots. This is very inspiring for
> looping! Myself I 
> have to practice it a little more before
> incorporating it in my live 
> looping. Just my 2 cents.... ;-)
> Greetings from Sweden
> Per Boysen
> ---
> http://www.looproom.com (international)
> http://www.boysen.se (Swedish site)


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